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Season 1


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Guest Stars: David Krumholtz as Mr. Universe | Chiwetel Ejiofor as The Operative
Director: Joss Whedon
Writer: Joss Whedon

1 :01x01 - The Train Job

After finding themselves in a fight with supporters of The Alliance in a place that fairly resembles a bar, Mal, Zoe and Jayne walk away with knowledge that a man named Niska might have a new job for them.
Guest Stars: Michael Fairman as Niska | Drew Goddard as Guy on planet | Michelle Ferrara as Immigrant Woman #2 | Rene Hamilton as Immigrant Woman #1 | Eric Lange as Fed | Dennis Cockrum as Blue-Hand Man #2 | Lina Patel as Ensign | Kevin Will as Officer | Valerie Red-Horse as Deputy | Mark Sheppard as Badger | Jeff Ricketts as Blue-Hand Man #1 | Andrew Bryniarski as Crow | Tom Towles as Lund | Gregg Henry as Bourne | David Reynolds (2) as Henchman
Director: Joss Whedon

2 :01x02 - Bushwhacked

The crew of Serenity find a dead spaceship at drift and takes the only surviving crew member aboard. Then an Alliance ship comes along whose commander is looking for the two fugitives, Simon and River.
Guest Stars: Jared Poe as Ensign | Doug Wax as Escobar | Lancer Dean Shull as Radio Operator | Doug Savant as Alliance Captain Harken | Branden Morgan as The Survivor
Director: Tim Minear
Writer: Tim Minear

3 :01x03 - Our Mrs. Reynolds

A girl named 'Saffron' sneaks aboard Serenity and claims that she is Mal's wife. What he and the crew don't know is that she is secretly working with a company to betray the crew of Serenity, so they can steal the ship, take it apart, and sell its pieces.
Guest Stars: Zachary Woodlee as Unknown | Alex Stemkovsky as Bandit #1 | Bob Fimiani as Elder Gommen | Erik Passoja as Breed | Benito Martinez as Boss | Jason Gray (1) as Holder | Christina Hendricks as Saffron
Writer: Joss Whedon

4 :01x04 - Jaynestown

The crew arrive at a planet where the local town mistakenly honor Jayne as a hero for giving money to the poor a few years ago.
Guest Stars: Clement E. Blake as Mudder Elder | Simon Brooke as Prod | Laura Niemi as Woman | John Jabaley as Bartender | Ronald Craig Williams as Busker | Bob McCracken as Well-Dressed Man | Jordan Lund as Foreman | Zachary Kranzler as Fess Higgins | Kevin Gage as Stitch Hessian | Daniel Bess as Mudder | Gregory Itzin as Magistrate Higgins | Josef Cannon as Prod #2
Director: Marita Grabiak
Writer: Ben Edlund

5 :01x05 - Out of Gas

After the engine fails to run, the ship starts to run out of oxygen. As the crew abandon ship, the captain stays behind to see if any nearby vessel responds to their distress call. Under the conditions of the low oxygen levels, Mal has flashbacks relating to how he assembled his crew.
Guest Stars: Ilia Volok as Marco | Steven Flynn as Captain | Roderick L. McCarthy as Lacey #1 | Dax Griffin as Bester | Lyle Kanouse as Salesman
Director: David Solomon
Writer: Tim Minear

6 :01x06 - Shindig

Badger contacts Serenity and tells them he wants the crew to help a local crimelord on the planet Persephone to transport some goods. All Mal have to do is find that warlord in a big ball he's attending that evening. Meanwhile, a young man named Atherton Wing hires Inara to be his date at a ball, the same ball Mal is attending that evening.
Guest Stars: Roy Werner as Gentleman | Hunter Cochran as Younger Farmer | Casey Piotrowski as Older Farmer | Janora McDuffie as Cabott | Joshua Grenrock as Porter | Michael McMillian as Younger Hopeful | Larry Pennell as Murphy | Carl Bresk as Wright | Larry Drake as Sir Warrick Harrow | Edward Atterton as Atherton Wing | Mark Sheppard as Badger | Kim Onasch as Banning
Director: Vern Gillum

7 :01x07 - Safe

Simon is kidnapped by some villagers who desperately need a doctor. Back at Serenity, Book is severely injured and needs medical help. Unable to find Simon, Serenity takes off without him to find medical help... in an Alliance facility.
Guest Stars: Morina Pierce as Ruby | Skylar Roberge as Young River | Zac Efron as Young Simon | John Thaddeus as Stark | Gary Werntz as Patron | Bryan Friday as Shabby Man #2 | Ron Ostrow as Commander | Erica Tazel as Doralee | Isabella Hofmann as Megan Tam | William Converse-Roberts as Gabriel Tam | Scott Terra as Young Scott Tam | Andrew A. Rolfes as Marcus Grange | Matthew C. Ferreira as Younger Grange | Joel Steingold as Head Cop

8 :01x08 - Ariel

The ship heads to Ariel to drop off Inara for her yearly companion health check-up. Simon realizes River's condition is getting worse and decides to sneak her into an Alliance hospital in Ariel for a brain scan. Mal and the others agrees to help him with his plan, but also takes this opportunity to steal some valuable medical supplies in the hospital and sell it at the street market.
Guest Stars: Cate Cohen as Cash Team Nurse | Alex Connie as Patient | Michael Nagy as Particularly Dressed Man | Ira Steck as Young Intern | Roma Chugani as Receiving Doctor | Dennis Cockrum as Blue-Hand Man #2 | Jeff Ricketts as Blue-Hand Man #1 | Blake Robbins as Agent McGinnis | Tom Virtue as Doctor
Director: Allan Kroeker
Writer: Jose Molina

9 :01x09 - War Stories

Niska finally gets his revenge on Mal when his men find him and Wash on a planet. Nothing would please Niska more than to see them suffer right in front of him. Back at Serenity, Zoe and the crew decide to mount a daring rescue to get their friends back.
Guest Stars: Michael Bentt as Viktor | Johnny Shakespeare as Torture Victim | Jason Van as Man | Adam Pilver as Vanilla Husband | John Dunn (1) as Torturer | Rolando Molina as Black Market Buyer | Katherine Kendall as Councilor | Michael Fairman as Niska
Writer: Cheryl Cain

10 :01x10 - Objects in Space

A bounty hunter named 'Jubal Early' sneaks aboard Serenity, hoping to capture River for an enormous reward. He takes Simon captive, hoping he will lead him to River. The only problem is that they can't find River anywhere aboard the ship.
Guest Stars: Blake Robbins as Agent McGinnis | Richard Brooks as Jubal Early
Director: Joss Whedon
Writer: Joss Whedon

11 :01x11 - Serenity (1)

The crew of Serenity is eager to rid themselves of an easily traceable cargo they salvaged from a vessel adrift in space.
Guest Stars: Philip Sternberg as Inara's Client | Gabrielle Wagner as Slave #1 | John F. Kearney as Old Man | Jamie McShane as Man | Stephen O'Mahoney as Man (Dortmunder) | Domingo Vara as Ensign | Colin Patrick Lynch as Radio Operator | Andy Umberger as Dortmunder Captain | Carlos Jacott as Lawrence Dobson | Mark Sheppard as Badger
Director: Joss Whedon
Writer: Joss Whedon

12 :01x12 - Serenity (2)

Mal and his crew discovers what Simon is hiding in his cargo - his sister River. Simon is only trying to hide her away from the Alliance. Mal realizes helping Simon hiding her can cause trouble for him and his crew. Meanwhile, the crew still have to finish conducting business with Patience, while trying to dodge a Reaver ship along the way.
Guest Stars: Bonnie Bartlett as Patience | Carlos Jacott as Lawrence Dobson
Director: Joss Whedon
Writer: Joss Whedon

13 :01x13 - Heart of Gold

The crew comes to the aid of a bordello when its madam, an old acquaintance of Inara's, asks for help after a gunslinger claims a prostitute's baby is his and he's taking it because his wife is barren.
Guest Stars: Kimberly McCullough as Chari | Doan Ly as Emma | Angie Hart as Lucy | Heather Black as Helen | Jim Lau as Puppet Theater Narrator | Tracy Leah Ryan as Petaline | Sandy Mulvihill as Belinda | Fredric Lehne as Ranse Burgess | Melinda Clarke as Nandi

14 :01x14 - Trash

Mal is shocked to discover his friend's new wife is Saffron (first seen in episode "Our Mrs. Reynolds"). She offers him a cut on the big-time scam she's planning.
Guest Stars: Blake Robbins as Agent McGinnis | Dwier Brown as Durran Haymer | John Eric Bentley as Police Sergeant | Franc Ross as Monte Reynolds | Christina Hendricks as Saffron
Director: Vern Gillum

15 :01x15 - The Message

Mal and Zoe receive a package that contains the body of their old war buddy, Tracey.
Guest Stars: Joss Whedon as Man at Funeral | Morgan Rusler as Barker | Al Pugliese as Amnon | Jonathan M. Woodward as Tracey | Tod Nakamura as Fendris | Craig Vincent as Skunk | Richard Burgi as Lt. Womack
Director: Tim Minear
Warning: Firefly guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
Status: Canceled
Network: FOX ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 20, 2002
Ended: December 20, 2002
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